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    ML23...
    a look into a new wagon also exclusive to the Mt Isa line in Northern and North Western Queensland OSZY sulphuric acid tankers

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    ROY3b3 those shops look great

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdstead View Post
    ROY3b3 those shops look great

    Tom
    Thanks Tom, they are up on the DLS today.

    Nice shot Kylesy. Keep at it mate. As a matter of interest, I did a tour of the Port of Brisbane a few days ago; and I saw QR 2358 leading a coal consist of empty cars. I did a little research and found several news items about her. As well as several derailments over the years, 2358 took out a road train that was a bit slow on a crossing, and another time, the ABC cameras captured her when her brakes caught fire at the 'Port', and fire fighters took a number of hours trying to bring it under control. Some units just have continual bad luck. But there she was again,.. just hope the brakes got fixed.


    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Last night a new piece of rollingstock arrived in the Ghostryder Depot. Its a new hopper that theBigman and myself have been working on. Thebigman did all the building while myself supplied a large number of images and some plans that fell off the back of a train that made this project possible. This is an early beta of the hoppers, it will be a two pack hopper with only the front half being tested. Intentions are to do the old QHAH series hoppers. I would like to thank matt for the chance to be the first to show off these hoppers.

    Test Train TT1970 is seen leaving Edgarville with 12 new hoppers behind 5011 5021.

    TANE Screenshot by Scott S, on Flickr

    One of the new hoppers on TT1970
    TANE Screenshot by Scott S, on Flickr

    Internal view of the new Hopper
    TANE Screenshot by Scott S, on Flickr

    QDR Suburban Series Coming Soon.


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    Thanks Roy!

    Up here in Townsville we get rare visits of other 2300s, the only service is the inlander which is rostered by 2301 currently. I have a 2170 in tow which has happened on a few 9T92 (loaded westbound acid) usually a lone 2800 hauls the 26 car rake all the way to phosphate hill.
    Interesting story there too mate

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    Here are a couple of Aussie houses also in reverse, with a few more Aussie shops.

    Here are the kuids,..

    <kuid2:508637:22250:1> AUS Shops 6
    <kuid2:508637:22251:1> AUS Shops 7
    <kuid2:508637:22163:1> AUS HOUSES 24
    <kuid2:508637:22164:1> AUS HOUSES 25
    <kuid2:508637:22248:1> AUS Houses 29
    <kuid2:508637:22249:1> AUS Houses 30




    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy3b3 View Post
    Thanks Tom, they are up on the DLS today.

    Nice shot Kylesy. Keep at it mate. As a matter of interest, I did a tour of the Port of Brisbane a few days ago; and I saw QR 2358 leading a coal consist of empty cars. I did a little research and found several news items about her. As well as several derailments over the years, 2358 took out a road train that was a bit slow on a crossing, and another time, the ABC cameras captured her when her brakes caught fire at the 'Port', and fire fighters took a number of hours trying to bring it under control. Some units just have continual bad luck. But there she was again,.. just hope the brakes got fixed.


    Cheers,
    Roy
    Just checked in for first time in a couple of weeks. Lots of great screen shots, but this one of Roy's really caught my attention .
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    Some nice work out there!

    Roy, you are coming along quite nicely with your content creation, these items will certainly be useful to me!

    Ranger_51. Your NSW signals are fantastic, something that's been muchly needed in Trainz for quite some time now!

    Keep up the great work everyone!



    Cheers,

    Matt
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    Thanks Matt and Phil for your support - I appreciate it.

    Just an update. There appears to be some delay in processing 'uploads' to the DLS. I haven't received a request to approve 9 assets that were uploaded over the last weekend. Just need to be patient I guess.

    Today I've uploaded five single 'older type' Sydney shops to the DLS as well. ( I took the advice of Dave, who suggested a single building could be more easily used on a variety of routes.)

    Here are those kuids:
    <kuid2:508637:22252:1> AUS Shops 8
    <kuid2:508637:22253:1> AUS Shops 9
    <kuid2:508637:22254:1> Aus Shops 10
    <kuid2:508637:22255:1> AUS Shops 11
    <kuid2:508637:22256:1> AUS Shops 12

    When the DLS gets working again, I'll post a few more.

    By the way, all NSWGR lovers,.... Dave, NSWGR_46class has kindly updated the panto's on most of his NSWGR fleet (27 in fact). They are compatible with elstoko's NSWGR Catenary range.

    These units are now available and ready for download on the DLS.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Nothing new has turned up under your name today Roy maybe the wind is blowing in the wrong direction mate sum time's I have had a reply asking for approval with-in half an hour, Anyway no real hurry as it'll be worth the wait. Anyone know if we have an asset available that looks like the white fence's you see on sum stations in the Hunter you can see the fence I'm after in this link here if any one is interested
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...footbridge.JPG

    Lower right corner shows it off best.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matruck View Post
    Nothing new has turned up under your name today Roy maybe the wind is blowing in the wrong direction mate sum time's I have had a reply asking for approval with-in half an hour, Anyway no real hurry as it'll be worth the wait. Anyone know if we have an asset available that looks like the white fence's you see on sum stations in the Hunter you can see the fence I'm after in this link here if any one is interested
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...footbridge.JPG

    Lower right corner shows it off best.
    Cheers Mick.
    I'm hoping someone else knows too, because the only one I know of is razor thin and ultra low res.

    A couple at Rushworth



    cheers
    Graeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by matruck View Post
    Nothing new has turned up under your name today Roy maybe the wind is blowing in the wrong direction mate sum time's I have had a reply asking for approval with-in half an hour, Anyway no real hurry as it'll be worth the wait. Anyone know if we have an asset available that looks like the white fence's you see on sum stations in the Hunter you can see the fence I'm after in this link here if any one is interested
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...footbridge.JPG

    Lower right corner shows it off best.
    Cheers Mick.
    The DLS has drawn a 'blank' for me today - Maybe it was a public holiday and the N3V boys have gone for a swim.

    The only two fences I know of, that are similar to your link are ,...

    <kuid:-25:505> Fence QR 4Platform
    <kuid:-12:123452> Fence 4Platform QR

    Both are skinny, but you wouldn't know unless you had to sit on it. lol

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Hello all just a quick note about items that are popping up on the DLS with the RHB prefix - there not much new about these assest but a few changes away from the older versions.

    RHB items have changes made as requsted by old mate Roy to run on his Sydney route. These units now use the freewear V set panto from Davido = not the B set panto on DLS and set up to use elstoko's range of NSWGR overhead not Davido's

    if your using Davido's overhead on routes stick to the older assest - non RHB
    if using
    elstoko's range of NSWGR overhead use RHB items
    Last edited by NSWGR_46Class; February 13th, 2019 at 03:26 PM.


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    Many thanks to Dave for updating his range of NSWGR stock - It's greatly appreciated by myself and no doubt by many others.

    Here's a few shots with the new equipment.

    In the 1950s it was just as busy around Central as it is today.


    Also in the 1950s, it was common to see 'Steam, Diesel and Electrics' sharing the same area.

    Here heading into Central Terminus is a NSWGR 48 Class Passenger set from Wollongong and faces off with a NSWGR 46 Class Passenger set heading for Katoomba. In the background, a NSWGR 19 Class with a full load from Darling Harbour pauses near the Mortuary Station waiting for clearance, before heading to Port Botany.


    I should get on and finish my route.

    Cheers,
    Roy

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    Thanks for the help with the fence Roy lucky my age stops me from trying to sit on them mate lol. Nice work too Roy and Graeme.
    Cheers Mick.

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